Work Today I’m starting a new job working as a software developer at Stanford University as part of their Digital Library Systems and Services team. For at least the last decade DLSS has been building standards, technology and practices for digital library, archives and repository systems–not only for Stanford, but for the wider open source and GLAM communities. I’m really excited to have the opportunity to join their infrastructure team, and to work with s

@edsu digital library systems is so early 2000s... congrats, tho!

@edsu congrats man. I really appreciate your post about the why. It really resonates as I’m currently thinking about similar things.

@bibliotechy I'm glad the sentiments resonate -- would you be up for a quick call some time? I'd be interested to hear where your head is at.

@edsu Congrats and welcome back to the library world! Will you be in @anarchivist's team then?

@acka47 we're a large department - @edsu is on a team adjacent to mine :)

@anarchivist @acka47 thanks! working in the same vicinity as Mark was a big draw for me.

@edsu Whooooo maintenance!!!! And your note about maintenance as a conservative force and as a transformative force - really cool

@brainwane yes, I think much maintenance discussion assumes what is being maintained is a Good Thing ... glad that made sense to you. Also thx for the MetaFilter post, that discussion was great!

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